How To Manage System Center Operations Manager Using Groups

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FEATURED SPEAKER: Cameron Fuller, Microsoft MVP (SCOM)
One of the primary goals of Microsoft System Center Operations Manager is to provide proactive monitoring, but sometimes cutting through the “noise” can be a pain. Taming Operations Manager can be done, and using groups is a key component in effectively tuning your environment. In this first installment of the new How to Manage System Center Operations Manager series, join Microsoft MVP Cameron Fuller as he discusses how to:
• Understand best practices and create dynamic and static groups • Use Groups for overrides
• Use Groups in reports
• Use Groups to target the Operations Manager console
Plus! Learn how the Veeam nworks Management Pack™ implements groups for VMware monitoring in Microsoft System Center Operations Manager.
About Cameron Fuller
Cameron Fuller is an Operations Manager Most Valuable Professional (MVP) and a Principal consultant for Catapult Systems, an IT consulting company and Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. Cameron is the co-author of Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 Unleashed, System Center Operations Manager 2007 Unleashed, System Center Operations Manager 2007 R2 Unleashed and a contributor to System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2 Unleashed. Cameron presents at the Microsoft Management Summit (MMS) and TechEd, writes for various technical blogs, and has written articles for Windows IT Professional and TechNet magazines.